Zgoda Apartments Hotel
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... denial no longer exists.
There is both a emotional impact and a political impact of making an apology. And the longer an apology waits, the harder it is for the victims to forgive. Because of this I really do admire Brandt's ability to see the greater impact that his gesture would have on the recovery process. While it did not erase the damage that was done, it built the foundation for a better future. It's gestures like these that can really give us hope.
... and it was evident that this would be drastically more reasonable than Barcelona.
When we left this restaurant, we found ourselves walking towards a big neon sign that said TK MAXX. Amanda and I joked that we should find the manager and tell them they spelled the name wrong! As we went past this building, we saw a huge, prominent building which dominated the skyline. We went there and it turned out to be called "Palace of Culture and Science". We saw ...
... br style="color: rgb(17, 17, 17); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;">#of monies found: 15.73 Euros, 8.05 soles, 15 cents American, 10 cents Bolivian,1 cent Canadian, 15 swiss francn'cents , 11 Czech Republic things, 5 cents Croatian, 2 Hungarian fillers (not in use), 10 Romanian lei cents, 1.01 pounds, 1 ukranian coin, 3 Danish kroner, 22 Norwigian kroner, 2.4 Latvia lats (no longer in use, exchanged for 2.85 euros at the bank), 1 Lithuanian ...
... during the war (along with 800,000 people) but they've rebuilt most of the lost buildings exactly as they were originally, including a Stalin-style 'castle' just near our hotel that's being used now as the arts and culture centre. But there are also so many new and very modern buildings. Not what I expected Warsaw to be like at all.
I'd be inclined to say that this is a perfect example of German efficiency - except we're in Poland!
Tomorrow is sight-seeing ...
... down in the front row (we think of the airport departure gate like a Broadway show and we always get good seats) three elderly women dressed in leisure suits and those signature beige walking shoes (half sneaker, half something) sat down next to us. The “show” began when one of them noticed I had my feet up on my carry-on suitcase and remarked out loud to her friends that she wished she could put her feet up ...